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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras outlined at a cabinet meeting on Monday the growth strategy for the post-programme era, confirming that this task has now been completed and that his government can focus on the other parts of the fourth review that need to be taken care of.
Tsipras indicated during Monday’s gathering that the “holistic” plan is an attempt to set out a broad approach rather than specific targets. The strategy, which identifies a range of sectors (tourism, shipping, pharmaceuticals, logistics, innovation, st...
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